Our Latest Moves and Media Coverage
The Greeley Company to present strategies for navigating today’s most pressing medical staff issues at NAMSS 45th Educational Conference & Exhibition, held virtually October 18-21, 2021.
A new strategic role reflects Greeley’s commitment to the development of new products and services, as well as its delivery of comprehensive education service line offerings for healthcare leaders.
In-person leadership seminars for physicians and hospital executives are back with programs on October 7-9 in Scottsdale, AZ or December 2-4 in Boca Raton, FL.
Comprehensive Continuing Medical Education (CME) leadership training courses are now available through on-demand online offerings.
Three new Vice Presidents in key areas, including Bylaws and Governance, Interim Staffing Solutions, and Business Development, drive Greeley’s new strategic growth initiatives that align with healthcare organizations’ most pressing challenges.
The Greeley Company to provide credentialing management services, including responsibility for day-to-day operations, to Huntington Hospital in Pasadena, CA.
New virtual education offered across four core seminar tracks: peer review, physician leadership training, physician burnout and credentialing.
Hospitals and health systems can access a CMO’s experience remotely for just-in-time clinical leadership through Greeley’s newest interim staffing solution.
Bud Pate, Director of Content and Learning, provides a snapshot of regulatory hot spots and accreditation priorities for the year.
Richard Sheff, MD, Chief Medical Officer and National Director, External Peer Review, shares perspectives on what’s behind physician burnout.
Hospitals can identify and address common pitfalls of Joint Commission and CMS Surveys through simplification.
Richard Sheff, MD, Chief Medical Officer and National Director, External Peer Review, describes key drivers to physician burnout and offers insights on how to minimize it system-wide.
While not covered in medical school curriculum, physician-led courses on physician burnout, working through change, crucial conversations, and organizational effectiveness can help hospital and physician leaders thrive in today’s evolving healthcare environment.
The Greeley Company has experienced an unprecedented annual growth rate (CAGR) of over 50% from 2014 to 2018 in its interim staffing services. | Business Wire
Documentation has always been a burden to clinicians, and it has increased exponentially in the last several years with the advent of the electronic health record (EHR). | HITECH Answers
High-level Disinfection/Sterilization, suicide prevention, and Environment of Care and Life Safety are discussed. | Healthcare Business Today
Greeley Chief Medical Officer to Host Webinar Exploring the Burnout Epidemic and Greeley’s Methodology | Healthcare Dive
“Healthcare is a scarce resource, and we have a duty to develop a fair and just way to allocate this scarce resource across our population,” says Dr. Richard Sheff, CMO for The Greeley Company. | Authority Magazine
New eyes are on the medical staff services department (MSSD) as healthcare organizations place greater urgency on optimizing credentialing, privileging, and enrollment processes. | HealthLeaders
Imagine hosting a last-minute surprise party at your home for a group of extremely particular individuals. Sound fun? This is similar to what hospital leaders experience when accrediting bodies arrive for a survey. | Becker’s Healthcare
Advanced practice nurses and physician assistants are playing increasingly important roles in patient care and organized leadership, stirring up a new set of challenges and opportunities for hospitals and health systems. | Becker’s Healthcare
The right aging policy can prevent serious issues that jeopardize patient safety—while still protecting older practitioners. | HealthLeaders
Hospital system CFOs and revenue cycle directors aiming to improve financial performance can find untapped revenue in an unexpected place — the medical staff services department (MSSD). | Becker’s Healthcare
There are several reasons why a commercial payer, such as a managed care organization or health plan, may consider delegating all or part of its credentialing activities to qualified business partners | Becker’s Healthcare
If you have received a CMS Termination Letter, it has been determined that your hospital has a condition-level deficiency. | Becker’s Healthcare
Healthcare’s second curve is coming fast. Hospital and health system leaders know they won’t survive it without improving alignment, collaboration and trust with physicians. | Becker’s Healthcare